The other week I was asked to contribute a small piece on NineMSN’s Health & Wellbeing site on what I thought was the best training modality for optimal health and fat loss. My clients and those who know me know I am a big proponent of weight training for a variety of reasons – one of them being that it is the main tool I utilise with myself and my clients to bring about fat loss – so you should find this article interesting. However just to reiterate my stance on the whole weights versus cardio debate…
A lot of you guys keep asking me whether or not there are certain rules to be followed when having your cheat meal. Read this great article by Coach Poliquin which outlines this in more detail: <a href="http://www.poliquingroup.com/ArticlesMultimedia/Articles.aspx?l=EN&s=p&cat=Nutrition&m=9&y=2009" target="_blank">Cheat Meal Rules</a>
Yours in health,
Here is part 2 of a great read from Coach Poliquin talking above some of the negative side effects of consuming gluten if you are gluten sensitive.
If you value your health read the link below. I particularly like the last part – no it is not okay to eat gluten on your cheat day!